June 27, 2008

AAA School of Advertising "When you know you're a creative thinker" Campaign












Agency: The Jupiter Drawing Room, South Africa
Creative Directors: Graham Warsop, Michael Blore
Copywriter: Lwazi Mkhize
Art Director: Saki Piliso
Illustrator: Saki Piliso

18 comments:

Johannest85 said...

A really fun ad. I laughed on the one with the elephant.

Anonymous said...

way to rip an email joke.

while the original email was humorous, seeing it in this context is shameful to anyone working in the industry.

who ever the art director is, should hang his head in shame.

they basically just slapped the company logo on the original jpeg.

'where the ad industry shops?' more like 'where the ad industry shoplifts'.

if you're gonna bastardize an idea, at least TRY to come up with your own version or change something.

Anonymous said...

This was an email joke that's been circulating for about a year...

this is not creative... hardly "creative thinking"

anyone thinking of hiring these bozos ..turn and run

Disgraceful

J said...

Just wanted to echo the the sentiments of the 2nd and 3rd comments. This campaign is a sad rip of a funny and clever internet meme.

Anonymous said...

shame shame shame

Anonymous said...

This is a rip-off.

Here's creativity and out-of-the-box thinking I'd like to see proliferate:

http://rlexperiment.blogspot.com/2008/08/welcome-travelers-from-future-day-real.html

If only because it will contribute more than just entertainment value when it is realized.

Oh and TECHNICALLY speaking, there is no difference between a meme and a fad. A fad is just a meme with poor "survival skills."

Jonathan said...

Well.... looks like this agency is full of /b/tards

peter said...

Newspapers are again under the spotlight, with static circulations and a decrease in advertising spend in relation to other media, particularly in urban dailies, according to figures for the past five years, most specifically, the ABCs for the last six months (July - Dec 2004) released by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) on Monday, 21 February 2005. Total advertising spend on all media (print, TV, cinema, radio, outdoor, direct mail, internet) has risen to an estimated R9 billion over the last six months (July-Dec 2004).
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Ruth said...

Is this by the Saki who lived with a Ruth and Mark many years ago?

WoW Gold Guides said...

nice post!

najaf said...

others ques

Ashely Adams : Sticker Printing said...

I liked the first and the third ones. May be, the ideas are not so hot or fresh. But the design is very cool. And that's what makes the campaign such fun.

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Anonymous said...

Awesome stuff lmao I loved it. I go to Vega though

Adam said...

All this stuff has been up for a few years on http://funnyexamanswers.com/ as well.

They could have run with the idea and come up with their own "answers" on exams, but as someone said they just ripped off the JPEGs, couldn't even redraw them.

Some creativity.

Promotional Products said...

This is awesome, just shows that marketers and advertisers use a different side of the brain.

Anonymous said...

Deliciously ironic.

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